Todd pittengerAugust 22, 2021
The search for the locket is on its fifth day. The quest for the Smoky Hill River Festival Medallion continues.
The eighth clue was unveiled at 7:30 a.m. Sunday morning. It’s “The Missing Eight”.
Here are all the clues:
- Slide in.
- Bend over to conquer.
- Full moon lines.
- A sort of vault.
- The old faces the new.
- Clark’s destination.
- Spirit piece and clues.
- The missing eight.
- The Medallion is a unique object designed each year by a local or regional artist. This year, the quest reverts to the old system of two separate, text-only (non-graphic) clues published daily. While the daily clues can be shared independently through local media or social media, the Quest website and the clues published by SAH remain the only official sources for the timely details of Festival Medallion Quest.
- Details and rules on how to play the Medallion Quest Festival are available at www.festivalmedallionquest.com.
- The Festival Medallion Quest 2021 award package includes:
- $ 1,000 in cash
- $ 2,000 in Festival Gift Certificates, to be used for purchases in the Fine Arts & Crafts Fair or the Arts / Crafts Demonstration Area, during Festival Weekends only.
- Four free bracelets for the Festival weekend
- A pass for on-site festival parking (weather permitting)
- An invitation for four to attend the FIRST Art Patron Party on Thursday evening September 2nd.
- Admission to Art Patron advance shopping time on Friday, September 3 at 9 a.m.
- Four Smoky Hill River Festival T-Shirts
- There is no charge to participate in the Festival Medallion Quest. Entrants must be 18 years of age to claim a prize. Check out the full Medallion Quest rules at www.festivalmedallionquest.com or by clicking on the ‘Enter’ tab at the top of the www.riverfestival.com home page.
- For more information on the Medallion Quest Festival or the Smoky Hill River Festival, call 785-309-5770, visit www.riverfestival.com or go to www.Facebook.com/SHRiverFestival.
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